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Edmund de Waal - A Local History







Last Autumn I photographed ceramicist Edmund De Waal's new site specific installation at the new Alison Richard Building on the Sidgwick Site of Cambridge University. The work consists of three vitrines filled with porcelain, sunk below the paving outside the building. The work makes you stop and look, to take a moment before entering the building. I found the work really interesting to photograph and when the light hit the installations it really highlighted the different colours and shapes of the porcelain.

The whole project has been added to my website and can be viewed here. Some images have also been added to CRASSH Pinterest board here.

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